12 May 2017
A stop at the Tsuba Hotel Paris
Located in the heart of the Ternes in the 17th arrondissement, this four-star hotel fills the walls of a splendid building dating from 1926. Designed by Sybille Holmberg and Victoire Blocman of the Architecture Architecture Agency who have revisited the spirit of the Art Deco era, this establishment draws a chic and soothing lifestyle, highly seductive and deliciously romantic.
Behind the white facade of this imposing Art Deco building, a huge space struck with lacquer, mirrors, mosaic, marble and black and gold touches that prick the beautiful volumes.
The lobby, punctuated by a bar and cozy lounges, sets the tone. The Tsuba honors natural and warm materials with marble, wood, linen and velvet fabrics everywhere. Highlight of the hotel, the breakfast area is arranged under a coffered ceiling and borders a large bay window behind which is nestled a beautiful courtyard garden.
Expanded on the 6 floors of the building, the 82 rooms and suites display graphic and ethnic notes that reproduce the Art Deco themes and colors. Paintings, photographs and walnut furniture with rounded corners liven up each room.
In the basement of the building, the spa offers 150m2 dedicated to well-being with a care room, a hammam with a starry sky, a sauna and a fitness room. In partnership with Olivier Lecocq Paris, we are devoted to signatures and tailor-made treatments, made with 100% natural products, from organic farming. As a guest: the Ritual of the Great Traveler, ideal to recover from a jet lag. This expert treatment combines 5 minutes of hammam, an energizing massage of 70mn with a refreshing gel for the legs and a decongesting serum around the eyes.
Add to this a high-quality service, a gourmet room service that pays tribute to the French gastronomy and a pretty menu with creative cocktails. In conclusion, the Tsuba Hotel is the perfect place to stay to enjoy all of Paris delights.
The Tsuba Hôtel Paris, 45 rue des Acacias, Paris 17th. T. 01 40 60 02 02.